16 Steps to a New You in the New Year

Let your New Year’s resolution know you’re in it for the long haul. By taking the following steps, you’ll steadily become the healthier, lighter, younger-looking and all-around better you you’ve always wanted to be. Set out with determination, make the right food, exercise and lifestyle choices, and you’ll get to enjoy a makeover that’ll last a lifetime. Step into 2013 with a renewed sense of what it means to live well!

Rethink Seasonal Foods

“Sweet potatoes aren’t only appropriate for a holiday meal. Sweet potatoes are one of the most naturally sweet, nutrient-rich starchy vegetables there is. I also love it because it’s one of the most affordable foods in the grocery store. One medium sweet potato is a rich source of fiber, potassium, and beta-carotene – a powerful antioxidant and precursor to vitamin A.” - Kate Geagan MS, RD \r\n

\r\nLearn about the other seasonal superfoods you should be eating all year long.

3 Secrets for Choosing the Best Rotisserie Chicken at the Store

How can you know you're getting one that's fresh, juicy and crispy?

The rotisserie chickens at the store can make a great, quick dinner for the family. They can also be good pre-made bases for many recipes! But when they're all sitting together in the same case, how can you know you're getting one that's fresh, juicy and crispy? Here are three insider tips for choosing the best chicken.

1. Reach for the Back

Go for a chicken that's in the back of the case. Because the store typically loads the case from behind, you can bet the chickens in the front will have been sitting there the longest.

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